Asian medical institute is the leading higher medical institution of the Kyrgyz Republic. Asian Medical Institute was established in 2004 after obtaining the official license from the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health of Kyrgyz Republic as Registration number 1-184. AMI is enlisted in world directory of medical schools published by WHO. Asian Medical Institute offers general medicine faculty in a variety of active learning environments including small group session, problem sets and resources hours, journal article discussion debates, video conference session and grand rounds presentation. This program is taught according to the medical system of European universities which enables students to migrate during and year of course of getting a job in any part of Europe upon completion of course. Asian Medical Institute is aimed to teach medical education for foreign citizens entirely in English Language & that's why the selection of faculty has been made on the basis of highly English speaking doctors from different countries that meet the educational requirements of students from any country around the world.

Every teaching member of any faculty holds an M.D. and/or Ph.D. degree. Many are also certified in their specialties. The faculty staff uses modern teaching technologies. Their teaching method is based on interactive and critical thinking activities that help the students to learn successfully and attain high level of knowledge.

The teaching staff of AMI is friendly, hospitable, positive, helpful and generally eager to speak with any foreigner. On contract basis every year AMI also invites the special team of doctors from USA, UK and Europe for delivering lectures and research-based & practical-orinented medical education. 

Currently, the Asian Medical Institute has 1800 students from more than 10 countries, including India, Russia, Nepal, Germany, Pakistan, Kazakhstan and Nigeria. The medium of instruction at the institute is the English language and the length of study for an MD is 5.8 as well as 5 years.

The college is recognized by Medical Council of India (MCI) and WHO (World Health Organization). This means that Indian students are eligible to sit for screening test after completion of the medical degree here.

The college has a separate hostel for Indian students and separate hostel of boys and girls. Indian food is served to the students at the hostel mess. The hostels are centrally heated and rooms are available on sharing basis. The overall cost of education is very low at Asian Medical Institute. The good quality education along with low fees makes it a favorable college for foreign students. In addition, students can also avail coaching for FMGE (Foreign Medical Graduate Examination, Screening test conducted by Medical Council of India)

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About Asian Medical Institute

OSU is a member of the European University Association, the International Association of Universities, and TEMPUS.

The Medical Institute prepares medical professionals on the specialties of General Medicine and Pediatrics. Hospitals for conducting practical classes are contemporarily equipped, with modern diagnostic and treatment facilities. 244 highly qualified teachers are involved in teaching at 19 Chairs. The Institute has its own library with 32,178 medical books and international scientific journals. The Medical Institute is renowned for maintaining the very high quality of academic standard and institutional integrity.

Since its inception, the Medical Institute has trained foreign students from more than twenty countries. At present more than 3000 students are studying at the Medical Faculty of the university, including about 2100 students from countries such as India, Pakistan, Nepal, Palestine, Syria, Turkey, Iran, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan. Instruction of teaching is being conducted in both English and Russian medium.Indian students predominantly choose English medium facility of teaching.

The Asian Medical Institute, Kyrgyzstan is listed in the Avicenna Directory for medicine, faimer and also recognized by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan. It received its recognition from the Ministry of Health, Kyrgyzstan Republic to train medical professionals, mostly for foreign countries. ASMI students and graduates are eligible for M.C.I, PM&DC, and N.MC screening tests. The Asian Medical Institute Diploma is a recognized qualification in other countries for the purposes of practicing medicine.

Osh State University is a government-sector university in Kyrgyzstan that has been training foreign students since 1992. More than 40,000 students study at the faculties and institutes of the university including approximately 3,000 students from other nations. It is the largest university of the Kyrgyz Republic and ranked top by many ranking institutions and newspapers.

Teaching Instruction is offered both in English and Russian.

Most of the foreign students study at the Medical Faculty. Other faculties are the Engineering Institute, the Business and Management Faculty, the Faculty of Law, the Pedagogical Faculty, the Faculty of Modern Languages, the Faculty of Mathematics, the Faculty of Computer Sciences and Electronics, and the Faculty of Arts.

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Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University has 8 faculties, 80 academic departments, 6 research centers, 15 scientific and educational centers, 4 laboratories, a law center, a medical center, and 25 institutes of students’ aesthetic education.

The university is highly proud with its 1973 distinguished and dedicated academic and research staff (106 of them are doctoral candidates and 353 with PhD degree) and a total number of more than 11000 students, including more than 780 foreign students from near and far abroad countries, and about 450 postgraduate and doctoral candidates.

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The Kyrgyz Republic stretches about 900 km from east to west and 410 km from north to south, and is situated between 39°N and 43°N degrees latitude. The total area is almost 200 thousand sq. kilometers.

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All clinical hospitals at the Medical Institute are well-equipped to train students at par with International Standards. In particular, all types of diagnostics, thermovision, angiography, endoscopic technique, treatment by hyperbaric oxygenation, laser therapy, and efferent methods of de-toxication are taught.

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Land Boundaries: 4,573 km
China 1063 km, Kazakhstan 1,212 km, Tajikistan 984 km, Uzbekistan 1,314 km

Population: Approximately 6 million
Bishkek: 900,000
Osh: 210,000
Jalal-Abad: 70,000
Karakol: 65,000
Tokmok: 60,000

Capital: Bishkek is the political, economic, and administrative center of Kyrgyzstan, as well as being a place of historical and cultural significance. The city is home to many government offices, diplomatic missions, and representatives of international organizations. Bishkek was founded in 1878, and has been the capital since 1926. Alongside government ministries and embassies are many parks and cafes, as well as museums and shopping centers. As of 2015, around a million people called Bishkek home.

Languages: The main official language is Kyrgyz, though Russian has also been recognized as an official language. Many business and political affairs are carried out in Russian, though Kyrgyz is very widely spoken across the country and is now the language of parliament. Uzbek, though not an official language, is prevalent in the southern part of the country. Kyrgyz is written with a modified Cyrillic alphabet. Students have the option of going to Russian, Kyrgyz, or Uzbek schools.

Kyrgyz is a Turkic language, and is mostly closely related to Kazakh and Karakalpak, and more distantly related to other Turkic languages, like Turkish, Uzbek, Turkmen, and Uighur. Many people in Kyrgyzstan are bilingual or multilingual.

Religion: Roughly 80% of the population is non-denominational Muslim, with another 15% following Russian Orthodoxy, and the rest following other religions. However, religious beliefs are not particularly prevalent in daily life, and instead are part of the culture and are tied to ethnicity and tradition. Religion, particularly Islam, is starting to play a larger role in public and political life, especially as interest grows in religion and spirituality after independence from the atheist Soviet Union. The government of Kyrgyzstan is secular, though it does monitor and impose some restrictions on religious organizations.

Form of Government: Kyrgyzstan is a unitary parliamentary republic.

Governmental Bodies: Kyrgyzstan’s parliament is called JogorkuKenesh, and the chief of state is the president, while the prime minister is the head of the government.

Provinces and Districts: Kyrgyzstan consists of seven provinces and two independent cities with the same status as provinces. The provinces are Batken, Osh, Jalal-Abad, Naryn, Issyk Kul, Chuy, and Talas, and the two cities are Bishkek and Osh.

Currency: The Kyrgyz som (KGS) is the official currency, and it divides into 100 tyiyn. Banknotes in circulation are in denominations of 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, and 5000 som, while coins are in denominations of 1, 3, 5, and 10 som. Tyiyn are rarely seen and used.

State Symbols: Kyrgyz Flag, Kyrgyz Emblem

Kyrgyz Flag: The flag features a yellow tunduk with 40 rays of sun spiraling around it on a red background. The tunduk is traditionally the circular top portion of a yurt, and symbolizes the home and the universe. The rays of sun represent the 40 tribes of Kyrgyzstan.

Kyrgyz Emblem: The emblem features a hawk beating its wings in front of a panorama of the Tian Shan and a rising sun. The most prominent color is light blue, which traditionally signifies courage and generosity.

Essential Info on MBBS Study in Kyrgyzstan- an elaborated overview

Off late Kyrgyzstan has emerged as an impressive& preferred destination for undertaking MBBS study for Indian students. The country does have some highly-ranked medical universities with the contemporary standard of education and has risen up to the new hub of medical education in Central Asia. The medical universities of Kyrgyzstan are recognized by the world’s major medical governing organizations including WHO, FAIMER, IMED, UNESCO and the Medical Councils of many other countries. It has English medium of education, meaning no problem for the students. 

It is a low-cost country where the decent standard of living can be maintained at a minimal cost. After the completion of MBBS degree, the students can sit for the screening test conducted by the MCI or they can also apply to the countries of European Union and the United States of America for jobs after undergoing eligibility procedures (PLAB, USMLE etc). Security and safety of a student are ensured in the campus by the university administration. During the last years of the course, the students are given the opportunity to work in the clinics run by the universities. Taking into the account the living expenses, the whole budget for completing MBBS qualification in the country varies from Rs 15-18 lakhs depending upon the chosen university & city.

MCI (Medical Council of India) accredited top Medical Universities in Kyrgyzstan:

1)    Kyrgyz State Medical Academy ( Government-owned)

2)    Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University(Government-owned)

3)    Osh State University ( International Medical Faculty) ( Government-owned)

4)    Jalalabad State Medical University ( Government -owned)

5)    International School of Medicine ( Privately- owned)

6)    Asian Medical Institute  ( Privately- owned)

Note:  Our Company, Eurasian Consulting Agency, co-operates only with the Government-owned universities after concluding direct agreements.

Advantages of pursuing MBBS in Kyrgyzstan – MBBS study in Kyrgyzstan

1.It is a one of most safest, peaceful & politically stable country in the central Asia.

2. An MBBS degree holder from any Kyrgyz University does enjoy the same value of his qualification in respect to a degree conferred by any Indian Medical Institute/ University as Medical universities of Kyrgyzstan are being duly accredited by Medical Council of India(MCI).

3. The Universities and Medical institutions of Kyrgyzstan have been approved by Medical Council of India (MCI), World Health Organization (WHO), Ministry of Education & Science of Kyrgyzstan and they are listed inFAIMER’s International Medical Education Directory (IMED)& World Directory of Medical Schools as well. That’s why obtaining an MBBS degree from any Kyrgyz university is accepted & recognized worldwide.

4. Without compromising the quality of medical education, Kyrgyzstan offers highly affordable & low-cost option of MBBS study for foreign students. In addition to that, students belonging from middle-class families could relish economical living expenses practically on a par with India.

5. Aspirants don’t have any prerequisite to appear for entrance tests. They will be offered direct admission to the universities upon demonstrating stipulated NEET qualifying percentile & MCI Eligibility Certificate from India.

 6. Like in India, There is no need to pay any sort capitation fee/ donation to be eligible for admission. The process to admission to any medical university is totally straightforward, transparent & hassle-free.

7. Due to the factors of out-out-out & in-depth Government control on the education sector, tuition fees in all public universities are subsidized even for foreigners & that’s why costs for MBBS course around the country are one of lowest in the whole world.

8. The language of teaching in all the Medical Universities is being conducted thoroughly in English medium & thus no necessity on additional adaptation to local language for the purpose of study. Besides that, clearing TOEFL or IELTS exam isn’t being required for getting admitted to medical course.

9. The quality of education corresponds to International Standard & thus after obtaining the degree one could easily crack the MCI Exist Test (NEXT), PLAB (UK), USMLE (USA) or other internationally recognized licensure examinations/tests.

10. Due to the implementation of the new rule by the Ministry of Health & Science of the Kyrgyz Republic on the time period of obtaining MBBS degree, from the academic year 2018-19, the total duration of completing an MBBS degree in Kyrgyz Universities consists of 5 years in comparison of previously existed 6 years continuance. So, now students will be entitled with degree just in 5 years & could save up an extra year as well as the expenses for one year.

11. Any Indian student securing more than 50% marks in PCB stream at Intermediate level coupled with minimum cut-off mark in NEET can easily avail the opportunity of admission to top medical colleges to become a qualified doctor with internationally recognized Medical Degree. 

12. Every year more than 2,500 Indian students get themselves enrolled in various renowned medical universities of Kyrgyzstan to pursue MBBS course for fulfilling their cherished dream of being a medical practitioner.

13. So far, all Indian students undergoing MBBS programs are utterly satisfied with the modern infrastructure, highly experienced faculty, excellent teaching standard, and the helpful college staffs.

14. As Medical degrees awarded by Government Medical Universities of Kyrgyzstan are globally recognized, so its graduates are eligible to practice anywhere in the world including the first-world countries like USA, UK, Canada, Germany, Australia etc. after overcoming the local licensure exams & formalities on degree-related equivalencies.

15. The classes are carried out in a small batch consisting of 12-15 students& this ensures that each student gets individual attention from the professors & lecturers.



Kyrgyzstan

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The Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University is one of the prestigious institutes of higher education in Kyrgyzstan. It provides education in 45 specialties and in three areas. The University was opened in 1993 on the basis of the Treaty “On friendship, cooperation and mutual assistance” between the Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation. The KRSU is the state institution for higher vocational education of joint jurisdiction, namely, the Russian Federation and the Kyrgyz Republic, and it is functioning according to the syllabuses based on educational standards of Russia and Kyrgyzstan.

The university provides education both on the budget and on the contract bases. The teaching is performed in English as well as in Russian language. The University graduates get diplomas/degrees of two countries- the Russian Federation and the Kyrgyz Republic, and foreign citizens- the Diplomas/degrees of international standard.

Eligibility


Undergraduate course (for Indian Students ) : As per the part III, Section 4 of the Gazette of India, extra-ordinary issue dated 18.02.2002, an Indian citizen desirous of joining an undergraduate medical course in any foreign medical institution on or after 15th March 2002 shall have Eligibility Certificate issued by Medical Council of India, New Delhi. India. To get the Eligibility certificate a candidate shall be passed 10+2 or equivalent class (biology, physics, and chemistry with minimum 50% marks) from a recognized college.

For others: as per the rules of concerned country.

Post graduate course: Graduation in Medical and one year internship from recognized college/university/institution by the Government of concerned country.

The Kyrgyz Republic stretches about 900 km from east to west and 410 km from north to south, and is situated between 39°N and 43°N degrees latitude. The total area is almost 200 thousand sq. kilometers.

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Postgraduate Course

  • Attested photocopy of Certificate and mark sheet of MBBS or equivalent exam.
  • Medical Council Registration Certificate.
  • Six passport size photographs.
  • Photocopy of Passport (if ready).
  • Medical Certificate with HIV test report from the recognized Government hospital/ pathological lab/clinic.
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Partners of KSMA:

  • American International Healthcare Union, USA
  • DAAD, Germany
  • Martin College, UK
  • Moscow Medical University, Russia
  • Minnesota University, USA
  • University of Nevada, USA
  • University of Pirkanma Polytechnic, Finland
  • School of Biology, University of Salford, UK
  • University of West Florida, USA
  • Zurich University, Switzerland

Documents

The following documents are to be furnished along with application form for the admission in Undergraduate course:-

  • Certificate and mark-sheet of 10th
  • Certificate and mark-sheet of 10+1
  • Certificate and mark-sheet of 10+2
  • Birth Certificate
  • Six passport size photographs.
  • Photocopy of Passport (if ready).
  • Medical Certificate with HIV test report from the recognized government hospital/pathological lab/clinic.
  • The applicant must have completed 17 years of age on or before the 31st of December of the year of admission.
  • The applicant must have proficiency in spoken and written English and Sciences terminology.

Formal name: The Kyrgyz Republic
Location: Kyrgyzstan is located in Central Asia, bordering Kazakhstan to the north, Uzbekistan to the west, Tajikistan to the southwest, and China to the southeast. Most of the country is mountainous, with the Tian Shan range taking up most of the central part of the country. This makes Kyrgyzstan a spectacularly beautiful place for hiking and relaxing in nature. Even though Kyrgyzstan is far from the ocean, the shores of Lake Issyk-Kul make for an ideal beach vacation. The landlocked climate means that summers can be quite hot, averaging around 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) in the cities, making swimming and mountain escapes necessary, while winter brings snow and cooler temperatures (averaging around freezing), perfect for skiing and other winter sports. Visitors can also experience the famous hospitality of Central Asia, and immerse themselves in Kyrgyz culture. The world’s longest epic poem, the Epic of Manas, plays a prominent role in Kyrgyz culture, and is featured on many landmarks and monuments.

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The Asian Medical Institute has located in city Kant, Kyrgyzstan, which is 20 KM far from the country capital Bishkek and 40 KM from Manas International Airport.

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Osh State University (International Medical Faculty)

International Relations

The Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University has always been committed to international exchange and cooperation. Nowadays, the university has close links with the following universities and research institutes of Europe, Asia and America:

  • The Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov (Russia)
  • The Moscow State Technical University named after N.E. Bauman (Russia)
  • The Diplomatic Academy under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia (Russia)
  • The Moscow State Institute of Foreign Relations (Russia)
  • The Russian Academy of Economics named after Plekhanov (Russia) 
  • The Russian State Humanities University (Russia)
  • The Scientific-Research Institutes of Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)
  • The National Academy of Sciences of the Kyrgyz Republic (Kyrgyz Republic)
  • The Westminster University  (UK)
  • The Athens National Technical University  (Greece)
  • The Eindhoven Technical University  (the Netherlands)
  • The Lanzhou University (PRC)
  • The Kwangju Ecological College (Republic of Korea)
  • The Plymouth University (UK)
  • The Newcastle University (UK)
  • The Goteborg University (Sweden)

Application and Registration

Prospectus along with application form can be obtained through courier service or directly from our head office in the country to which the candidate belongs.

The dully filled up application form along with the attested photocopies of required documents shall be submitted to the concerned office of Eurasian Consulting Agency locating across CIS countries & India .

Admission will be confirmed only after counseling/screening of the documents/application form of candidate and the approval of the Authorized Representative of the University.

Note: No admissions will be entertained through unauthorized persons or agents.

Addresses of our offices in different states of India can be found in the website itself.

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OSU is a member of the European University Association, the International Association of Universities, and TEMPUS.

The Medical Institute prepares medical professionals on the specialties of General Medicine and Pediatrics. Hospitals for conducting practical classes are contemporarily equipped, with modern diagnostic and treatment facilities. 244 highly qualified teachers are involved in teaching at 19 Chairs. The Institute has its own library with 32,178 medical books and international scientific journals. The Medical Institute is renowned for maintaining the very high quality of academic standard and institutional integrity.

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Since its inception, the Medical Institute has trained foreign students from more than twenty countries. At present more than 3000 students are studying at the Medical Faculty of the university, including about 2100 students from countries such as India, Pakistan, Nepal, Palestine, Syria, Turkey, Iran, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan. Instruction of teaching is being conducted in both English and Russian medium.Indian students predominantly choose English medium facility of teaching.

The Kyrgyz State Medical Institute (KSMA) was established on 1 September 1939 in the city of Bishkek (formerly Frunze), Kyrgyzstan, with the recruitment of 200 students. The establishment of the institute was contributed to by the First Moscow Medical Institute, high medical schools of Saint-Petersburg, Almaty, Tashkent and other medical institutions. They provided expertise and organizational assistance, medical guidelines and training books as well as faculty staffs. It is a complete Government-owned university in Bishkek.

The university is widely being regarded as the best for studying medicine in Kyrgyzstan. More than 12,000 students are studying at the institute, including nearly 2000 students from countries such as India, Iran, Israel, Kazakhstan, Nepal, Pakistan, Palestine, Syria, Turkey, Turkmenistan, the United States, and Uzbekistan.

Instruction of teaching is being conducted in either English or in Russian.Students from India, Nepal, Iran & Pakistan study only in English medium.

Detailing admission & visa process


  • Clear photocopies of both sides of Passport, Mark-sheet & Pass certificate of Senior Secondary Examination (10+2).
  • Our overseas office colleagues in Kyrgyzstan would then initiate processing of the application and forward the same to corresponding University for approval and subsequent issuance of admission confirmation letter.
  • If the University Administration grants approval, a confirmation letter in the name of students will be generated by them. Official Processing charges need to be transferred to our Kyrgyz branch before collection of the admission confirmation letter as the issuance of such letter signifies reservation of the seat for students.
  • After handing over the confirmation letter to the student, he/she should submit original passport & proof on obtaining NEET qualifying percentile cut-off so that we could apply for Visa Supporting Invitation Letter from Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan through University. Visa Invitation is mandatory for granting student visa at the Embassy of Kyrgyzstan in Delhi.
  • The duration of Visa Invitation processing consists of two weeks & once the invitation will be couriered/mailed by our Kyrgyz office after collection, the student immediately should send the following documents to enable us applying for a student visa at the Kyrgyz Embassy in New Delhi.
  • Two identical self-attested Xerox-copies of the passport.
  • Four pieces of current photos in 3x4 size ( Passport Size)
  • Complete visa application form with signature ( Visa application form will be forwarded to us through e-mail)
  • Once visa stamping on the passport is fulfilled, students will be notified by us & we will set apart the date of the journey by keeping in view the availability of flight ticket & the official date of commencement of classes at the respected University.